McDonald’s employees made history today, as cooks and cashiers in 10 cities across the country walked off the job to protest the company’s failure to address groping, propositions for sex, indecent exposure, and other inappropriate and illegal conduct in its stores.
Over the course of the past week, feminist activists on the internet and in the real world expressed outrage and frustration about the latest #MeToo development: Louis C.K.’s return to the public stage.
A shocking 94 percent of Native American and Alaskan Native women in Seattle have been raped or coerced into sex, according to a survey conducted in 2010 that was finally released to the public on Thursday.
DOJ representatives told the Miami Herald they are looking into whether the Florida Department of Corrections has done enough to address complaints of sexual misconduct perpetrated against prisoners at Lowell Correctional Institution.
The hashtag #PayBlackWomen trended this week as authors, nonprofit organizations, elected officials, and social media influencers joined forces to highlight the income inequality and high unemployment rates affecting African-American women.